Published 14/04/2016 With Turnball’s announcement of a possible double dissolution on July 2, the past month has become a flurry of political conversation. While big media … Continue reading The Animal Justice Party: A Better Life For All
By Blake Hampton Published 11/04/2016 An unprecedented political revolution is happening in the United States right now. Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders is drawing tens of … Continue reading Does Australia have a Bernie Sanders?
By Antony Scholefield Published 23/03/2016 The Australian government has used its 2016 Defence White Paper to pledge about $10 billion over 20 years to electronic … Continue reading Electronic Warfare: Australian government doing what it can
By Monique La Terra Published 19/03/2016 2015 – Looking back. When the National Resources Defence Council released its Global Report Card it came as no … Continue reading Is Australia moving towards Environmental Sustainability: A brief look at 2015 and 2016
By Thomas Mowbray Published 7/03/2016 It’s Mardi Gras. A time of colour, of pride, of celebration. But it’s not just a big party. As a … Continue reading Parade for Equality, not just Marriage Equality
By John Moneir Published 29/02/2016 It is with a certain amount of trepidation that I begin to write about a subject that instigates the passion … Continue reading Same-sex Marriage: Much ado about Nothing
By Thomas Mowbray Uploaded 16/02/2016 You would be forgiven for thinking this headline is a contradiction. At face value, the two sentences certainly seem at … Continue reading Save the Planet. Embrace the Market.
By Mariam Hussein Published 16/12/2015 When riots broke out in the detention centre on Christmas Island after the death of a detainee many wondered what … Continue reading Targeting Detention Centre Service Provider Broadspectrum Isn’t ‘Misplaced’
By Thomas Mowbray Published 10/12/2016 With Prince Charles’ recent royal visit, many people again debated the question: should Australia become a Republic? Is it time … Continue reading Reforming the Republican Debate
By Jonathan Meddings Published 7/12/2016 Labor’s new climate policy is as welcome as it is long overdue and politically calculated. Just before the recent climate … Continue reading Labor grows a spine on climate policy, while the Liberal’s Direct Action plan pillages the public purse